T-Golf & Country Club will host the Challenge Tour Grand Final when the Road to Mallorca finale returns to the Balearic Island from November 5-8, 2020.
The Mallorca venue is set to host the European Challenge Tour’s showpiece event for the first time, with 20 European Tour cards to be decided at the season finale, up from 15 last season.
The Balearic Island made its return to the Challenge Tour International Schedule for the first time since 2003 last year, with Francesco Laporta celebrating double success by clinching both the Grand Final and the season-long Road to Mallorca Rankings at the the Robert Trent Jones Jr designed Club de Golf Alcanada.
A four-year deal between the Challenge Tour and the Federación Balear de Golf sees the Grand Final move to a different venue on the island each year, with T-Golf & Country Club now assuming hosting duties for 2020.
Played against the backdrop of the Tramuntana mountains, the venue looks set to pose a challenging test to the next generation of European Tour stars, with the John Harris designed layout renowned as one of the most testing and beautiful on the Island.
The final stop on the Road to Mallorca, the tournament will mark the culmination of 25 events across three continents, with the top 45 players following the penultimate event of the season, the Foshan Open, set to compete for a life-changing European Tour card for 2021.
Players who have previously triumphed at the Challenge Tour Grand Final include Andrea Pavan, Benjamin Hebert, Henrik Stenson, Mike Lorenzo-Vera and Shiv Kapur, with many more European Tour winners progressing through the Challenge Tour Grand Final before going on to achieve great things at Europe’s highest level.